Super Eagles striker, Victor Osimhen has been the voted the winner of the Marc-Vivian Foe award in the French Ligue One.
The 21-year old, who joined Lille last summer won the award ahead of Algerian, Islam Slimani and Moroccan Yunis Abdelhamid for scoring 18 goals in 38 matches.
The Marc-Vivien foe award is to celebrate a true Cameroonian football legend, who died in tragic conditions in 2003, Marc-Vivien Foé has left his mark on French football. Each year, the RFI and France 24 media pay tribute to him by awarding a prize to his name, rewarding the best African player of the season playing in the French Ligue One.
Victor Osimhen becomes the 6th Lille player to win the prestigious award since it was created in 2009 – Gervinho (2010 and 2011), Vincent Enyeama (2014), Sofiane Boufal (2016), Nicolas Pépé (2019).